Born in Lyon in 1775, André-Marie Ampère was an eminent French physicist and mathematician, considered one of the fathers of electrodynamics. His name is immortalized in the unit of measurement of electric current, the ampere. His groundbreaking research laid the theoretical foundations of electromagnetism.

Get ready for an incredible celebration of science and technology !
“Tomorrow, an electric world” is a series of events to mark the 250th anniversary of Ampère’s birth, in France and around the world.

Teams are working hard to make this a truly spectacular event, and it’s going to be amazing !

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